Annual ‘Corso Zundert’ Flower Parade

Annual ‘Corso Zundert’ Flower Parade

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Based in 1936, the annual Corso Zundert parade is a celebration of the Netherlands’ most iconic exports: flowers. The occasion is held yearly within the small city of Zundert the place 20 groups of volunteers from completely different hamlets compete for the very best designed parade float. Greater than being lined nearly utterly in vibrant dahlia flowers, the float designs typically incorporate shifting parts and are accompanied by marching bands and different performers alongside the parade route.

This yr’s winner titled “Harmful Transportation” featured an enormous dragon and was designed by the Tiggelaarhamlet.

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